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Editorial policy

The Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia, based in Bangkok, is part of the network of French research centers abroad (Umifre) under the joint tutelage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). It welcomes and links French, European and South-East Asian researchers and develops research projects covering the 11 countries of Southeast Asia – Burma, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste and Vietnam – including issues on the regional integration dynamics in ASEAN.

Since its creation in 2001, Irasec has been very involved in editorial activities dealing with the analysis of major contemporary issues that go through Southeast Asia. Over the years the institute has not only developed numerous partnerships with Southeast Asian researchers and research institutions. With French and English academic publishers, Irasec also co-publish original research projects supported by the institute and its partners. The purpose of this publishing platform is to highlight and promote the research results through a range of collections combining national or transnational themes and the various disciplines of the humanities and social sciences:

  • The annual series “Southeast Asia”

  • Irasec short books

  • Trafficking Observatory

  • The “Focus” Collection

  • National Monographs

  • NUS Press - IRASEC Studies of Contemporary Southeast Asia

IRASEC’s scientific publications board

Irasec’s scientific publications board aims to ensure the scientific quality of peer-reviewed publications and to contribute to a better international visibility of studies on Contemporary Southeast Asia. It is composed of around thirty French speaking and international researchers specialized in the 11 countries of the region and representative of various SHS disciplines.

The appointed members of the Scientific Board are :

Delphine ALLÈS, Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (Paris)

Loïs BASTIDE, Irasec (Bangkok)

Penny EDWARDS, Berkeley University of California

Olivier EVRARD, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (Bangkok)

Gabriel FACAL, Irasec (Bangkok)

Nathalie FAU, Sorbonne Université (Paris)

Amelia FAUZIA, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (Jakarta)

Arndt GRAF, Goethe-Universität (Franckfurt-am-Main)

Anne Yvonne GUILLOU, CNRS (Paris)

Robert HEFNER, Boston University

Peter JACKSON, Australian National University (Canberra)

Bruno JETIN, Universiti Brunei Darussalam

Pinkaew LAUGARAMSRI, Chiang Mai University

Jacques LEIDER, École française d’Extrême-Orient (Paris)

Elisabeth LUQUIN, Irasec (Manille)

Carl MIDDLETON, Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok)

Éric MOTTET, Université Catholique de Lille

Yukti MUKDAWIJITRA, Thammassat University (Bangkok)

Oona PAREDES, University of California, Los Angeles

Abigael PESSES, Centre Asie du Sud-Est (Paris)

Karine PEYRONNIE, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (Paris)

Emmanuelle PEYVEL, Irasec (Hô Chi Minh-Ville)

Gwenola RICORDEAU, California State University (Chico)

Nicolas SALEM-GERVAIS, Irasec (Bangkok)

Jérôme SAMUEL, Irasec (Bangkok)

Catherine SCORNET, Aix-Marseille Université

James C. SCOTT, Yale University (New Haven)

Eric TAGLIOCOZZO, Cornell University (Ithaca)

Marie Sybille de VIENNE, Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (Paris)

Tuong VU, Oregon University (Eugene)

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